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  • Maartje_1992
    Participant

    @maartje_1992

    Hey there,

    This is about a WordPress installation with bbPress installed as a plugin.
    The WordPress language is Dutch, also accordiong to the wp-config.php file.
    On this website we downloaded the languagepack for dutch language, I exported it as .mo and named it bbpress-nl_NL.mo and it is uploaded to /wp-content/languages/bbpress/

    I downloaded the right version ( 2.4 ), the wp-config is configurated dutch and I do not understand why the language of bbpress in font and backend is still english.
    The backend doesn’t really matter, but since it is a dutch website it would be weird to have an english forum.

    Does anyone know what we did wrong?

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  • niuserre
    Participant

    @niuserre

    You took them from http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/2.4.x ?

    It says Dutch is 0% complete therefore there are no translations in those files, just the framework for future translations.


    Maartje_1992
    Participant

    @maartje_1992

    That was stupid.. thanks, 2.3 is working :)

    It took a little longer than usual for the 2.4.x branch to go up:

    If you find some obvious translations missing in the 2.3.x branch try the /dev branch as this is also ‘typically’ updated for most languages and you could also install the Dutch translations from there.

    http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/dev


    Tiennes
    Participant

    @tiennes

    @Maartje_1992, how did you use the 2.3.x translation for 2.4.1? I am also a dutch guy and i want my bbpress 2.4.1 in the Dutch langage. I have uploaded the .po file to wp-content/languages/bbpress. I have renamed the extension .po to .mo, but is doens’t working.


    Maartje_1992
    Participant

    @maartje_1992

    You have to rename the documentname also, it has to be bbpress-nl_NL.mo
    What language is set in your WordPress installation (your dashboard, is is in english or dutch?)

    If it is dutch it should work immidiatly, otherwise you have to make a small change in your wp-config file.

    Change this line in wp congif:

    define ('WPLANG', '');

    to:

    define (‘WPLANG’, ‘nl_NL’);


    Tiennes
    Participant

    @tiennes

    Thanks for your time. My dashboard language is Dutch. My wp-config is already set to define (‘WPLANG’, ‘nl_NL’);

    I am using bbpress 2.4.1 I have downloaded the translation for bbpress 2.3.x and put the .po file in wp-content/languages/bbpress and rename it to bbpress-nl_NL.mo.


    Maartje_1992
    Participant

    @maartje_1992

    Yeah that should work.
    Is it working?


    Tiennes
    Participant

    @tiennes

    It is still not working, you can check it out: http://www.windowstechblog.nl in the top menu > ‘Community’ > ‘Community Forums’


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    Dutch (nl) is at 98% in the /dev branch

    http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/dev

    Dutch (nl) is at 0% in the /2.4.x branch

    http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/2.4.x

    Dutch (nl) is at 100% in the /2.3.x branch

    http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/2.3.x

    Most likely you have downloaded the 2.4.x branch as noted above as it is at 0% as there are translations waiting for approval.

    Download the .po & .mo from the /dev branch

    Rename and upload both bbpress-nl.po & bbpress-nl.mo to /wp-content/languages/bbpress/


    Tiennes
    Participant

    @tiennes

    @stephen, thanks for your comment! I have solved the problem! I have doenlaod the translations .po and .mo from the /dev branch and upload those 2 files to wp-content/bbpress/languages/ and rename the files to bbpress-nl_NL.po & bbpress-nl_NL.mo

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